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MARCH 3. 1904.
.. . .Book I on Dyspepsia .... Book 2 oo the Heart ..... Book 3 on the Kidneys ....Book 4 lot Women .... Book 5 for Men sealed) .... Book 6 on Rheumatism Send me the book checked above Sign hers .......v............. THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT g . i r '" ( X V"". . f t 'r " S V A AtWrisl ....................,.... To Dr. Shoop, Box 6040 RacJne, Wis. Simply Sign This and Know How To Get Well That is all. Send no money. Simply sign above. Tell me the book you need. I will arrange with a druggist near you for six bottles of DR. SHOOP'S RESTORATIVE Take it a month at my risk. If it succeeds the cost to you is $5.50. If it fails the druggist will bill the cost to me. And I leave Ihe decision to you. Don't Walt Until You Are Worse Taken in time, the suffering of this little one would have been prevented. Her mother writes me: "Two years ao my little slrl was sick continuous; for six months. . We tried many doctors, and they failed, yet It took only two bottlos of your remedy to cure her, and she lias remained cured. You cau tell others of this cure ttyou so desire." Muh. c. H. Avert, Rockdale, N. Y. 'Tis a pity she did not first write me, before the case was dangerous. The wife of Omer Andrus of Bayou Chicot La., had been tick for 20 years. For 8 years could do practically no work. lie writes: - W hen she flit started taking the Restorative she barely weighed 00 pounds; now she weighs 1&, and la able easily to do ail her housework." Twenty "dark'' , years might have been "bright" ."ones." .. " : - )' J. G. BilHogsley of Tbomasville, Ga., for three years , has been crippled with disease. Now he is well. lie writes: "I spent tKO.M for other medicines, and the f.1.00 I have spent ; with you have done me more good tban all the rest." . J Both money and suffering might have been saved. Aud these are oniy three from over 65,000 similar cases. These letters dozens of them come every day to me. . . : How much serious illness the Restorative has pre vented, I have no means of knowing, for the slightly ill and the indisposed simply get a bottle or two of their druggist, ate cured, and I never hear from them. But of 600,000 sick ones seriously 5ick, mind you who asked for my guarantee, 39 out of each 40 have paid. Paid .because they got well If I can succeed in cases like these fail but one time in forty, in diseases deep-seated and -chronic isn't it certain I can always cure the slightly ill?. X X '- v' i'- -Xv XT v 4r ' 'M$m0 f& I Why the Restorative Succeeds. You may oil and rub, adjust and repair a weak engine. It will never be stronger nor do its work better, without steam. More power more steam is necessary, And so with the vital organs. Doctor them as you will. That's mere repairing. Permanent cures never come save through treating the nerves that ; operate those organs. ' And that my Restorative does. '. After almost a lifetime of labor of study at bed" sides and research in hospitals I made this discov - ery. I found a way to treat, not the organs them" : selves, but the nerves the inside nerves- that op erate thes organs and . gives them power and strength and health. That discovery has shown me the way to cure. :." ' .' It makes my offer possible. ' I know the remedy. I never forget the study, all - the research, the trials and tests that perfected it. I have watched its action year after year in cases ., difficult, discouraging. Time after time I have - seen it bring back health to those poor ones whom hope had almost deserted. I know what it will do. My only p oblem is to convince you. And so I make my offer. And the bare fact that I make such an offer ought of itself to couviuce you that I know how to cure. Please read it again. It means exactly what I- say. No catch--no mi leading phrases in it. Simply this you take the medicine and I will take the rislc. And you not I decide if you are to pay. Ask for the is broad is The Restor- A II You Need To Do Simply sign the above that is all. book you need. The offer I make liberal. The way is easy is simple, alive is certain. - But do not misunderstand jne. This i.s not free treatment, with nothing ever to pay. Such an offer would be misleading would belittle the physician who tnadft it. But I believe in a sick 'one's- honesty his gratitude. That wheu he is cured, be will pay the cost of the treat ment and gladly. ! : ' I make this offer so that those who might doubt, may learn at my risk.-' ' : ' i : s V Tell of it, please, to a friend who is sick. Oi ?nd me his name. That's but a trifle to ask a Or send me his name. That s but a trifle to ask a minute's time a postal. He is your friend. You can help him. My way may be his only way to get well. I, a stranger, qffer to do all this. Won't you his friend, his ueighbor, simply write? He will learn from my book a way to get well. Poihaps.'as I say, the only way for him. His cise may be serious hopeless almost. Other physicians, other pecialistss may have faile 1. The matter is urgent, then. Write me a postal or sign above today. Address Dr. Shoop, Box 69 jo, Racine, Wis. as many another who' may date his Dirth back m the '30V or '20 a. As it seems to me, the logical bases for- two auxiliary orginlzatious are these: (a) For those who have Bpr.ut the best years of their lives fighting the battles of reform, and who are now physically and often financially unable to Uike an active part, the Old Guard of Populism enrollment should be kept up. Tney wtil be of great help in an adv,ory capacity. Many of them still wield a powerful pen. And (h) for those wno must bo looked to for the actlvo work of the campaign, what belter term cau wo find than the Vanguard of Populism? Whether old. middle-aged, or youag, whether "old"' in the cause of ictoim or a recruit ot the eleventh hour no distinction need bo mule. The all lmprtnnt qmatlon Is, is he wlih.is and able to be at the fotei'ront In this campaign lUiuting the battles of pop ulism? If so, be Khould,be enrolled u a member of the Vanguard of Pop ulism. It Is evident that every enrolled number of the Old Guard of IVipulum U entitled to enrollment In Urn Van Rtiard, provided his health will per mit hint to ensure flcllve'y hi thu tntnalnn work this )ir. It Is for rath Old (luard to my whether he i!t ilrri to le one of the Vn.:krd. Hi crultn, of course, tan b enroll d only u Vnnmwd u Th enrollnnt record n will not be du pi l A ted. The individual utt of nuh pernon bo vim U to tak't an Af live part in ll.e rampnlnn b ne tau ld, "Member VatiKuard of Pop ulum." That will notice to iht? chairman of the national committee that such person may be called upon to do ich work as the marklugs upon the card indicate he is best fitted for .performing. The cards will all oe filed together according to Ue system outlined for 'he Old Guard of Popul ism. A card marked only, "Meaibei Old Guard' of Populism" will Indicate a populist much In the fame position as the Methodists' "superannuated" preachers. Mark?d only. Member Vanguard of Populism, a recruit who Is ready to begin the fight for the weallh-produ.'crs of America. Marked with both designations, the cnalrman will recognize an old-time populist, t il possessed of sufhY'lent physical igor and th Inclination to continue the battles begun ycari hefore. A few days "ttusle" with la grippe has delayed completion of gome de tails In the proponed addition to the enrollment work; but I hope to have everything rcidy by next week to be Kh a campaign of at least filteeit weeks, d.noted wholly to th" t-nroll-mnt of Old (bmiilii and anpeardh. i-'on.e radical (t.njs will be made In oih direttbn, however: Ikretofoif wi hive bct ti fv' to publit h. Vm f naiiit! and addle" of ery vnioibd moiuhvi. And, up to the St. I.ouls tiHvtlni,', It was, s I lew vd It, the proper courst to pursue, b- i? inr l'jt then was to ar.iiiKu the old tlnr to a u-ullntloi .f tha fad thst there art tn ju.Ustn in every nook ana ioriu r of the ouutry, rei ly and nitMous to ko on with the flaht URaiuH plutmraoy. if only the) could Ih a timed that thv wifie int alone-and that their party luuld q-dt Its In ternal dissensions, become united, and go to work. The action at St. Louis heals over all differences, except, pos&ibly, the contention of the doctrinaires who would have direct nominations made before the party enrollment has reached what ordinary men would re gard as a necessary size. Personally, I have no hope of the people's party keeping free from corporation influ ences until nil party action is taken In harmony with the principles cf majority rule; but to attempt direct nominations at a time when the party was divided !nto two contending fac tions, and one of these etlll lurthcr sub-divided, not to mention the ab sence of any considerable enrollment, or funds to secure one well, It wa3 nn Innovation and an experiment that tno committer wisely tondudej net to adopt. Hut the successful enrollment of the Vanguard and the Old Guard f-f Pt p ullsra, between now and, say, June 13, HUH, ought to exert a gicat tntlurme upon the national convention lu fnvor of adopting a thnrotiRhly prntbal fcyidfni of party Kovennuut whit It should Includ-- an erroded, d se-p.iy. Ins memhervh'p. and appdc?lifn of tho principles of dlreet M-gHlailoii to all ntrty fsutlon-f. I hkit -A that we make lh iiredliiuid of t hr V'tn snard at-.tl the old Guard o lopihrm n practkul object b-ntnu for ih ton vent ton, la tiutt whmi iho quesMm come up tlr re will te room fnr Hotnethlns mor thrtn aendonile tlis etthon Of It. The files of ttun.solM? wilt bo of th blKhtst utility to the national tomr Jttte; and I purroe to secure pledges of campaisri contri butions from the Vanguard in suffic ient amount 10 show that li is pome thing more than a "paper" organiza tion. But the changes? There win be no more, publication of the name? and adaiesses of either Vanguards cr Old Guards. It gives "the enemy" Knowl edge of our movements more minute ly than he has a right to have. Re- . ports of progress In a general way will ue made eace. week. I expect to have a souvenir lat)el button to send each enrolled member and receipt of lh.it will be his notice that he's on the rolls. No open letters will be sent out, cither, iv-rythlng will go seakd. All thewe ihanscs are necessary, be cause "the enemy" Is beginning to be concerned nhout the revival of popul ism. He hns re:ion to be. Put we do not purpose to expose our army to any unnecessary fire by volunteering Information ..a to our cxau s'.ier.gth nun whereabout''. The Old Guard enrollment for tl pr.t.' two week has been t-at I t act.jry, the rcfiHUi.es com Ins fmm neatly ev ery tdate. ('oie.ldcrable work s-tbl ie mains to bo doi! l f .re nn e't t sfntMiunt can 1 tnide-b it In !i ,n cr;i way, wo rx"nd lno -n,e ,,ik) count leu n I t tt; tcH and teirl' nies, with a n -vl vr Old Guard erroiin.ent o' a! mt l. and with the n.imes, nf 1c yet beMi euflhdfntly nronvM rom their apathy to nay ibstt thry are reedy for the fray this yitr. I be lieve I undTtdand iop''t wtll rnoiirh In predM that tMfnn thri month these and many other U